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SubjectRe: Linux wireless mini-summit -- Berlin, June 2009
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Hello,

I believe that 802.11n implementation and design in the Linux Wireless stack
can be of interest/good to include (also 802.11n Linux future directions ).

Currently packet aggregation is implemented only with the ath9k and iwlwifi
mac80211 drivers (there are vendors who have non-native 802.11n
drivers as well).
Packet aggregation details (ampdu and amsdu RX) seems to me to be of interest
(especially considering that there are chances of confirming the 802.11n spec at
the end of this year).

Regards,
Rami Rosen


On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 9:27 PM, John W. Linville <linville@tuxdriver.com> wrote:
> Greetings,
>
> As you may know, we are planning on having a wireless summit meeting
> in Berlin, Germany this June.  This meeting is in cooperation with
> the Fedora FUDCon event, which will be accomodating us under the
> guise of a "hackfest".  This event also overlaps (and co-locates)
> with LinuxTag 2009.  Details are available here:
>
>        https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FUDCon:Berlin_2009
>
> FUDCon's are typically self-organizing under the BarCamp model.
> However, I have secured a promise that we will be allocated space
> for 1-2 dozen people on at least Friday 26 June and Saturday 27 June
> for our wireless event.  I personally encourage everyone not only to
> attend LinuxTag but also to participate in the rest of FUDCon!
>
> So, here I open the floor for discussion of agenda items for our
> wireless meeting/hackfest.  What do we think is important to discuss
> face-to-face this year?  What isn't getting done?  What is getting
> done wrong?  What do we need that we didn't realize last year?
>
> Also, please consider making some sort of prepared presentation.
> Especially welcome would be topics that are accessible to those
> outside of the core wireless developer group, such as current
> projects on enhancing IBSS support, extended power savings, or any
> other user-visible topic.  I'll be happy to take such proposals in
> private email or you can post them as part of this thread.
>
> Hopefully this gets the discussion started...please comment!
>
> John
>
> P.S.  We are also planning a meeting in Portland this September for
> those unable or unwilling to travel outside of North America for
> whatever reason -- stay tuned.
> --
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